Glad you found us here at our little blog! Just as a quick run down on what’s happening, please read through the following info. There’s quite a few elements to the whole Online Community for Scrapbook Shenanigans, and there’s a few reasons why we’ve chosen to have an online store, a blog (right here!), and forum. We’d like you to feel at home and welcome, so if you’ve got any feedback, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- We know that by closing the bricks and mortar store, some of you
will be feeling a bit lost, and that you think you’ll miss out on the
sociable side of scrapbooking. Rest assured, we’re working to get some
regular social scraps happening, where you’re able to bring along your
projects to work on, and also, if you’ve got an order, we can bring that
to you on the social scrap day for no delivery cost. Gotta love that.
Keep your eyes peeled for dates etc, on either our Facebook page, here,
or in the forums.
- Shopping online can be a bit of a daunting idea at first, but once
you’ve worked your way around the store, you’ll love the convenience of
being able to shop while the kids are asleep, or if you’re having a bad
hair day and don’t want to leave the house, and, best of all, you can
sit down and browse the store in your pajamas with a glass of your
favourite drop! You’ll be pleasantly surprised with the prices on our
site as well!
- Payment online is through either PayPal, or Bank Deposit. PayPal
is a secure way of paying with your credit card – you don’t need a
PayPal account to use it, however it’s much quicker if you have one. If
you’d like to pick up your order, you can certainly do that, and if you
like, you can pay cash on pick up. Just let us know when you’re
placing your order. In the transition period, while the Kern Brothers
Drive storefront is open, you can collect your order in store.
- We’re happy to post Australia wide, and all orders will be packaged
to make sure that your goods are well protected. Postage costs are
detailed in the online store. If you live locally, we’re able to
deliver for a small fee.
- The reason that we’ve got a blog and forum as well as the store, is
that we don’t want to lose the feeling of community that scrapbooking
generates. The blog will be a page where you can check out new projects
that the design team have been working on, challenges, competitions and
tutorials. If you’ve got any queries on how to use products etc,
please contact us (send an email to email@example.com), and
we’ll get a tutorial up as soon as possible for you. I like to see what
things do before I buy them, and I’m sure you do too.
- As another service to our customers, we’re offering a custom paper
matching service, at no charge. If you’re stuck for a layout idea, send
through an email with a copy of the picture to
firstname.lastname@example.org, and a few details, and we’ll be able to
put together a kit, complete with a sketch of an idea for your page.
You’ll be able to nominate the cost of the kit (so less than $10, less
than $15 or less than $450… you get the idea!), and we’ll make it
- Once we get up and running fully, we’ll be offering a selection of
page and card kits – almost a class in a kit if you like. The kit
tutorial will be posted on here, and the kits will be available for
purchase within the store. Watch this space for when we add our first
Finally, if there’s anything that you’d like to see on here, as far
as projects, tutorials, or whatever, please don’t hesitate to contact
us! We’d love to hear from you!